Green Century° has filed a shareholder proposal with Amazon.com, Inc., urging the company to make significant cuts to its use of plastic packaging.Read More
Green Century° has filed a shareholder proposal with Alphabet Inc., the parent company of Google, urging the technology giant to make its devices more easily repairable by consumers and independent repair shops.Read More
Kraft Heinz has announced plans to reduce emissions 50% by 2030 and achieve net zero emissions by 2050, fulfilling part of a commitment secured in response to a 2020 Green Century shareholder resolution.Read More
John Deere has challenged Green Century’s Right to Repair shareholder proposal with the SEC, essentially blocking a shareholder vote on its anti-competitive repair business model.Read More
Apple announced a new program that will expand consumers’ access to repair on the same day that Green Century had to make a decision on whether to press forward on a right-to-repair shareholder proposal with the company.Read More
Costco has withdrawn its request to exclude Green Century’s shareholder proposal asking the company to adopt net zero science-based greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets.Read More
Green Century filed a shareholder proposal with The Chemours Company asking it to address the serious risks associated with potential titanium mining next to the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge in Georgia.Read More
Under the new SEC guidance, shareholder advocates will have a greater ability to file both proposals on issues of significant social policy and ones that ask companies to achieve specific goals.Read More
As the United Nation’s 26th climate summit gets underway, Green Century joins 733 investors, managing more than $52 trillion in assets, to deliver the 2021 Global Investor Statement to Governments on the Climate Crisis.Read More
On Thursday, JPMorgan Chase followed through on its agreement with Green Century Capital Management to adopt stronger policies on deforestation.Read More
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